Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Agar sees Sammut’s strength at sweeper

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Wakefield coach Richard Agar believes the majority of Jarrod Sammut’s Wildcats future could be spent playing at full-back. The former Bradford pivot was initially brought in to cover the loss of centre Lee Smith, allowing utility back Paul Sykes to switch from stand-off to centre and give Sammut a chance to shine in the halves. However, after much experimentation, Agar ... Read More »

Richard Agar rues first-half interceptions

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Wakefield coach Richard Agar has blamed two first-half interception tries for his side’s Easter Monday loss against Huddersfield Giants. Trinity were within two points of their West Yorkshire rivals mid-way through the first half, and were certainly giving as good as they got, but costly errors handed the Giants two more scores and meant they went into the break with ... Read More »

Ryan sees positives in another Wildcats loss

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Wakefield second-rower Matt Ryan has expressed his frustration at yet another Super League loss against Huddersfield yesterday, but insists the Wildcats can take plenty of positives out of it. The 25-year-old former Parramatta Eels star, who has made eight appearances for Wakefield this season, believes ironing out a few issues could make them a match for any team in the ... Read More »

Match report: Huddersfield Giants 36-16 Wakefield T Wildcats

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In a nutshell The Giants gained their first home victory in Super League this season with a comfortable victory against the Wildcats, whose losing run continues. How it unfolded The Giants took the lead after seven minutes with a try by Jodie Broughton, converted by Brough, but the Wildcats were level nine minutes later when Jarrod Sammut converted his own ... Read More »

Match report: Wakefield T Wildcats 20-43 Castleford Tigers

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In a nutshell Castleford Tigers got in front early but were forced to weather a storm to hold off the Wildcats and earn a valuable two points. How it unfolded 3’ – The Tigers’ star winger Justin Carney opens the scoring after finishing off a move started by Andy Lynch, who offloaded to Marc Sneyd, who then passed on to ... Read More »

Match preview: Wakefield Trinity Wildcats v Castleford Tigers

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Wakefield coach Richard Agar calls the fit again Dean Collis (quad), Reece Lyne (toe) and Daniel Smith (head) into his squad for the West Yorkshire derby. They replace Luke Briscoe, Lucas Walshaw and the injured Ali Lauiti’iti. Castleford head coach Daryl Powell makes two changes as the Tigers attempt to maintain their impressive start to the season. Backs Richard Owen ... Read More »

Richard Agar excited for derby challenge against Castleford

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats head coach Richard Agar admits he is excited about the prospect of facing local rivals Castleford this afternoon, admitting there is plenty at stake for both sides. The Tigers are flying high at the top of Super League, whilst the Wildcats are languishing down at the wrong end of the ladder. However, Agar hopes the derby atmosphere ... Read More »

Richard Moore pumped to claim local bragging rights

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Wakefield Trinity Wildcats forward Richard Moore admits he is pumped to face Castleford Tigers in the huge Good Friday derby in West Yorkshire, claiming the fans deserve no less than a victory. After some dismal form over the last few weeks, the Wildcats will be looking to claim the local bragging rights against their bitter rivals – who are currently ... Read More »

I owe the Wildcats, claims Chris Riley

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Chris Riley insists it was an easy decision to re-join Wakefield on loan, after his deal with the Wildcats was extended for the foreseeable future last week. After falling down the pecking order at parent club Warrington, Riley believes it was a simple decision to get some loan football under his belt. He feels like he owes the Wildcats, after ... Read More »